I was falsely accused by my supervisor of physical assault. It was an outright lie. She submitted a police report stating I never touched her, then asked the officer to return so she could change the report to state that I did assault her. In addition, 2 supervisors also made false statements on the police report by saying that I had verbally admitted to assaulting her. This, too, was an outright lie but I was immediately terminated from my job and denied unemployment benefits. The charges were thrown out by the prosecuting attorney, but what can legally be done to them for making false accusations on a police report? And in the process slandering my reputation and ruining my career?
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